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Ireland. 2000 ‘Firearms Certificates for Non Residents.’ Firearms Act (2000); Section 2.. Dublin: Irish Statute Book, Office of the Attorney General. 5 July

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Section 2

(1) On application in that behalf in accordance with subsection (2) to the Minister or the appropriate Superintendent by a person not ordinarily resident in the State who is of or over the age of 16 years, the Minister or the Superintendent, as may be appropriate, shall, subject to the provisions of this section, grant to the person a firearm certificate authorising the person to -
(a) have in his or her possession, use and carry the particular firearm described in the certificate for the purpose specified in the certificate,
(b) purchase and use in such firearm during the currency of such certificate such quantity of ammunition for such firearm as shall be specified in the certificate, and
(c) have in his or her possession at any one time and carry so much ammunition as shall be specified in the certificate.

ID: Q274

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